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If you are interested in having a unique and different interior style in general, then try to look for references to some interior styles from overseas, both in Asia, Europe, and the Middle East. In the Asian sphere, it is indeed more colored by Japanese interior design, their very distinctive and interesting culture to learn makes everyone feel in love with their culture and want to apply it to the interior of a private home. Simplicity and family are the main characteristics of a Japanese-style living room design. As we understand so far, Japan rarely spends money on things that are not necessary, even though their income is quite high. this positive thing also needs to be imitated so that we can also be more productive not only consumptive.
Japanese-style living rooms rarely use chairs equipped with legs, they apply the concept of sitting on the floor or as an everyday culture not only when in the living room but also during discussions and eating favorite dishes. With this concept, you can save more money, because all you need is a small table and some foam for cushioning to make it feel more comfortable.
Traditionally Japanese people do not use carpets to coat the floor where they sit, because Japanese houses are also built from wood which certainly will not make you feel cold even though you are on the floor. But in the development of the modern world, it is quite difficult to realize a wooden house like the original Japanese culture, of course, you will use ceramics to coat the floor parts so that a comfortable carpet is needed to keep your body warm and not in direct contact with the floor.
The carpet that you need is a simple pattern too, if you are willing to be able to use a carpet that reads Japanese letters, surely this will make the living room look even more nuanced. Japanese people really like neutral colors like black and white, as a form of simplicity they have. You also can apply it to the living room that you have, black and white are also quite appropriate to describe the impression of modern and minimalist so that it could be applied to a narrow living room.
Hopefully, the description related to the design of Japanese-style living rooms can provide useful and interesting information for you. The more references you have will make your insights about home interior design more diverse.